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Old 10-04-2010, 10:39 AM   #1
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Question Recipe for removeable glue dots?

Does anyone happen to have a recipe to make the removeable glue dots (like on the back of a new debit card)? I seem to remember seeing somewhere that someone made glue dots but I have no idea if they were removeable or not. Thanks!
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Do you mean using the Tac It Over and Over glue? It dries to form a glue dot. The trouble is finding a paper that you can remove the dot from. If you save the coated paper from a package of glue dots it works great, but don't use parchment or wax paper--they won't come off those (ask me how I know. . .)
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Glue Dots makes removable dots, but I think what is on the back of credit/debit cards is rubber cement. Elmer's makes a good one that is acid-free.
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